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Mia Thermopolis is your average urban ninth grader. Even though she lives in Greenwich Village with a single mom who is a semifamous painter, Mia still puts on her Doc Martens one at a time, and the most exciting things she ever dreams about are smacking lips with sexy senior Josh Richter, "six feet of unadulterated hotness," and passing Algebra I. Then Mia's dad comes to town, and drops a major bomb. Turns out he's not just a European politician as he's always lead her to believe, but actually the prince of a small country! And Mia, his only heir, is now considered the crown princess of Genovia! She doesn't even know how to begin to cope: "I am so NOT a princess.... You never saw anyone who looked less like a princess than I do. I mean, I have really bad hair... and... a really big mouth and no breasts and feet that look like skis." And if this news wasn't bad enough, Mia's mom has started dating her algebra teacher, the paparazzi is showing up at school, and she's in a huge fight with her best friend, Lilly. How much more can this reluctant Cinderella handle?
Offbeat Mia will automatically win the heart of every teenage girl who's ever just wanted to fit in with as little fuss as possible. Debut author Meg Cabot's writing is silly and entertaining, with tons of pop culture references that will make teens feel right at home within her pages. This is a wonderfully wacky read. (Ages 12 and older) --Jennifer Hubert --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
A teenager living in modern-day Greenwich Village in New York City discovers that she is now the heir apparent to the throne in a European country, in this novel, soon to be a motion picture starring Julie Andrews. Ages 12-up.
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I have all the princess diary books! They are great! Mia has to deal with stuff everyone goes through like: being picked on by the cheer leaders, having no breasts a parents... Read morePublished on July 18 2004 by Jenn
I really enjoyed this book. After seeing the Princess Diaries movie, I thought I should read the book. It was not like the movie, but in a pleasant way. Read morePublished on July 18 2004 by Adele
Great book. Finally there is a good princess book. It is a long read but worth it, so very much worth it. Mia is a normal girl who has no clue she is heir to the Genovian throne. Read morePublished on July 4 2004
The entire Princess Diaries is fabulous. I read these books in a day or a day and a half, and I am not a big reader. I just got the 5th one and am in the middle of readng it. Read morePublished on May 24 2004
I thought this book was very good. It's funny and entertaining enough that you always want to keep reading! Read morePublished on May 19 2004
After seeing the movie, The Princess Diaries, and hearing that they were based on a book i right away went out and bought the books. Read morePublished on May 17 2004 by Allison
I enjoyed the book The Princess Diaries because it was very intresting and fun to read. I starting the Princess in the Spotlight and I hope it's as good as the Princess Diaries. Read morePublished on May 7 2004
The Princess Diaries, written by Meg Cabot, is about a girl named Mia Thermopolis who lives in New York City with her mother. Read morePublished on April 21 2004